We look ahead to another year of brilliant music.
The Summer of Thou may now be in the past, but we won’t be forgetting Magus anytime soon.
The heaviest album of the decade? Quite possibly.
A monument to pain, but also a manual for survival.
If you crave brutal songwriting and claustrophobic soundscapes, this album is definitely a must have in your collection.
Not only Elder’s crowning achievement but also one of the most innovative, memorable and impressive albums of the past decade.
“We love bands like Witchfinder General, but we’d rather be on the side of the witches.”
Find out who takes the top spot this year.
Black Sabbath’s final album was a landmark moment in metal’s history.
Doing away with genre limitations on Mire, Conjurer smash together hardcore, doom, death, sludge, prog, black and post-metal in a way that is vicious, natural-sounding and free-flowing.
The attention to detail, the confidence to subtly incorporate other influences into their sound and also the band’s willingness to wear their hearts on their sleeves makes Heartless one of the defining albums of the past decade.
Episode Seven of Criminally Underrated Music Podcast, presented by Astral Noize and hosted by Aerosol Jesus frontman Oli Melville, is now online for your listening pleasure! This episode features National Funk, […]
A host of pictures from a glorious night of heavy music in Camden.
An album that sounds unlike any other.
Raw, sludge infected riffs from Nottingham based duo.
Stunning visuals from this November’s Waynestock Festival in London.